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Isotype Switching

Isotype switching is the process of humoral immune system produces immunoglobulins of different isotypes and this is occurs by a mechanism called class switch recombination. Isotype switching is a biological mechanism that alters a B cell's production of immunoglobulin from one type to another. Isotype exchanging is a characteristic feature of the humoral resistant reaction, in which a change from IgM to other Ig isotypes takes after first presentation to an antigen. Partiality development guarantees that rehashed exposures to the same antigen will initiate more counter acting agent ligating liking of the immune response discharged by progressive eras of plasma cells.

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